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CANTON FAIR IN CHINA BIG OPPORTUNIT...

CANTON FAIR IN CHINA BIG OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUR BUSINESS From October 15th starts which is the largest International trade fair for China in its 114t...

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Presentation Door to China and newsletter Puerta China is an international consulting firm established in China since 1999, that seeks all possib...

Chinese Market: composition and characteristics

Chinese Market: composition and cha...

Chinese Market: composition and characteristics The ambition of every company: to conquer the Chinese market   China has a huge market, ...

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Trade Relations China and Spain

Trade Relations China and Spain Relations thatbecomes more importantas time goes by.   In times of crisis for the economies of the Europ...

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Presentation Door to China and newsletter Puerta China is an international consulting firm established in China since 1999, that seeks ...

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China at economic and financial crossroads

China at economic and financial crossroads

China at economic and financial crossroads Reforms dive deep into turbulent waters   China’s fina...

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Tips for not failingin doing businesswith China China is not a fashion, one of those caprices of markets that change favorites like clo...

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China’s Banks Must Compete to Survive

China's Banks Must Compete to Survive The explosion of debt and shadow banking may threaten the stability of China's banking system, if it ...

China struggling to balance growth imperative with structural reform

China struggling to balance growth imperative with structural reform

China’s economy is embarking on a new and critical phase of development as the country attempts to navigate its way beyond growth for growth’s sake to create an economy that serves the needs of its people.

Premier Li Keqiang’s much-heralded policies to shift the economy onto a more sustainable growth path are broadly appropriate on paper, but economic and political realities mean he will struggle to implement them. Li’s approach has been dubbed Likonomics because of its similarities to Abenomics, the economic policies of Shinzo Abe, his counterpart in neighbouring Japan. Like Abenomics it has three arrows that together aim to correct the economic ills of the country. But any similarities end there. While Abenomics aims to end deflation and kickstart Japan’s stagnant economy, Likonomics is the polar opposite: subordinating the holy grail of rapid GDP growth to pressing structural reforms.  Leer más

Canadian Province Issues Offshore Yuan Denominated Bonds

Canadian Province Issues Offshore Yuan Denominated Bonds

British Columbia officials says plan was to sell 500 million yuan worth, but oversubscribing pushed the amount raised up five times

(Beijing) – Canada’s western province of British Columbia said on November 5 it had completed the issuance of one-year offshore yuan-denominated bonds and raised 2.5 billion yuan. Leer más

Xi urges deepening reform innovation-driven development

Xi urges deepening reform innovation-driven development

CHANGSHA – Chinese President Xi Jinping, in an inspection tour to central China, has called for deepening of the reform and opening-up drive and implementation of innovation-driven development strategy, so as to achieve the economic and social development targets this year.

Xi, who is also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, took the inspection tour to central China’s Hunan Province from November 3 to November 5. Leer más

China PBOC Sounds Inflation Alarm Says CPI To Rise In Q4

China PBOC Sounds Inflation Alarm Says CPI To Rise In Q4

BEIJING (MNI) – The People’s Bank of China sounded an inflation warning Tuesday, saying that consumer prices are likely to rise further in the fourth quarter and that this will anchor inflation expectations.

The bank’s third quarter monetary policy report delivered another raft of hawkish commentary from the authorities following a speech from Premier Li Keqiang which effectively ruled out adding any more cash to the system because “there is too much money in the pool.” Leer más

Chinese Premier Warns over Money Printing as Deficit Enlarges

Chinese Premier Warns over Money Printing as Deficit Enlarges

Short-term stimulus to prop up economic growth by enlarging fiscal deficits and money supply is not sustainable, Li said.

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has recently warned that printing more money is likely to push up inflation in the world’s second largest economy as the government’s deficit accumulates fast. Leer más

Agricultural Bank of China economist warns economic reform hinges on politics

Agricultural Bank of China economist warns economic reform hinges on politics

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Xiang Songzuo, chief economist of state-owned ABC, says China’s next raft of reforms – from retooling state-owned enterprises to tackling local government debt burdens and environmental challenges – will involve a disruptive shift in the political system. Leer más

China ‘bad bank’ plan perplexes market amid secret debt workouts

China ‘bad bank’ plan perplexes market amid secret debt workouts

The Chinese government says it wants to transform its asset management companies – established to take on growing bad debts in the banking system – into commercially driven enterprises. In reality, a lack of transparency on portfolio loans means analysts are none the wiser as to the scale of the problem and the resolution process for legacy loans.

Investors looking for information on the level of credit impairment in the Chinese banking system are unlikely to learn much from the next round of non-performing loan (NPL) workouts. After reporting Rmb539.5 billion ($87.8 billion) of NPL in the commercial bank sector at the end of the second half – the seventh consecutive quarter of increased NPL balances – the Chinese government is revitalizing its asset management companies (AMCs), or bad banks, with an infusion of private capital to acquire and work out the nation’s stock of problem loans. One of them, China Cinda Asset Management, has raised capital from foreign investors including western investment banks, ahead of a $3 billion IPO planned for this December, while China Huarong Asset Management is also said to be courting a $1.5 billion investment from global investors including European and US investment banks. Leer más

China and Europe make up after averting trade war

China and Europe make up after averting trade war

China and the European Union sought to mend ties after narrowly avoiding a trade war this year, but the EU’s trade chief told Beijing to stop handing out state subsidies that Brussels says are illegal.

Europe is China’s most important trading partner and for the EU, China is second only to the United States, but the bilateral relationship has been bedevilled by a series of damaging trade rows ranging from steel and wine to solar panels. Leer más

Duty exemptions for Shanghai FTZ imported equipment

Duty exemptions for Shanghai FTZ imported equipment

Manufacturing and production service businesses in the newly launched Shanghai Free Trade Zone (FTZ) will get their imported equipment duty-free, China’s finance, customs and taxation regulators announced on Thursday.

The exemption will be applied to such enterprises’ imports of machines, equipment and other necessary goods for manufacturing, according to a new tax policy released by the Ministry of Finance, the General Administration of Customs and the State Administration of Taxation. Leer más

Four new IPOs and forex problems

Four new IPOs and forex problems

There have been several Chinese companies filing for IPOs in the US recently. 500.com is an online sports lottery company.58.com is China’s copy of Craigslist. Sungy Mobile is mobile internet, mostly games. Q unar Cayman Islands is similar to Kayak. Leer más